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Chest Radiograph Interpretation (A-X):  A-Airway – Anatomic and Artificial (ETT  Placement, etc.)  B-Bony Structures – Cervical Spine, Ribs,  Clavicles, Scapula, etc.  C-Cardiac Structure – Situs, Heart Size,  etc.  D-Diaphragm Structure –  Pneumoperitoneum, Pneumothorax,  Effusions, etc.  E-Esophagus  F-Fissures – Horizontal Fissure Location  vs atelectasis, pneumonia,  pneumothorax  G-Gastric Bubble vs Situs  H-Hilum – Lymph Nodes, Airways,  Vessels  I-Interstitium disease processes

An X-ray explained. Where was this when I was learning how to take chest X-rays?

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Raise Drug & Alcohol Addiction Awareness [INFOGRAPHIC] Disagree with one part, but pretty accurate otherwise.

Anti arrhythmic drugs

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Treating #addiction is a process and not all addictions are treated the same. When someone makes the leap from casual responsible behavior to irresponsible behavior there is a reason behind it. Many drugs for example create an unbearable physical craving for more and more drugs.

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Treating #addiction is a process and not all addictions are treated the same. When someone makes the leap from casual responsible behavior to irresponsible behavior there is a reason behind it. Many drugs for example create an unbearable physical craving for more and more drugs.

Ventilators explained extremely easy for new nurses or nursing students in the ICU setting. What is the lingo used with ventilators, and what do those settings mean.

Pulmonary Function Test patterns

Same old pulmonary function tests (PFTs) that we’ve all probably memorized countless times. The only thing to remember that is a little odd is that you can get a restrictive type pattern of t…

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